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Stressed Man

1 in 3 employees are experiencing burnout or mental health challenges.

Are you ready to bring unique burnout prevention skills to your workplace?

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Why This Program?

  • More than one-third (35 per cent) of all working Canadians are feeling burned out.

  • 47% of working Canadians agree that their work is the most stressful part of their day.

  • Unaddressed burnout can result in many factors that impact a workplace including increased absenteeism, decreased productivity, poor workplace morale, breakdown of communication, increased risk of safety incidents and accidents and increased employee turnover.

  • Mental health problems are the leading cause of workplace disability in Canada, representing 15% of Canada's burden of diseases. Depression and anxiety disorders result in more workdays lost than any other medical condition.

Training Outcomes


Know the warning signs.


Gain an in-depth understanding of burnout and psychological safety is the starting point for meaningful change in your workplace.


Develop a personalized action plan to support your team in preventing stress and burnout.


Practical tools that you can implement right away to increase communication, build connection and grow trust with your team.


Improve work-life balance for yourself and for your team so you can lead by example.

Benefits for organizations

  • Build Psychological Safety in the workplace.

  • Reduce stress & sick leave.

  • Improve team productivity.

  • Improve team morale.

  • Improve communication.

  • Reduce employee turnover.

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 Program Outline - Fall 2023


Delivered over 4 months, the burnout prevention program gives leaders an opportunity to implement and practice the skills they are learning. Participants engage in four full days of training (delivered online or in person), have four individual 1-1 sessions with Alison, and complete a personalized leader assessment to identify areas for skills improvement.


Alison has created a unique training framework to support workplaces. The burnout prevention program pulls from leading research on burnout and burnout prevention, leadership skills training, psychological health & safety and more.

This program includes:


4 full day training sessions over 4 months (delivered virtually)


Fall 2023 Program Dates & Times

All sessions will run from 9:00 am - 3:30 pm Eastern (EST)


Wednesday, September 27

Wednesday, October 25

Wednesday, November 22

Wednesday, December 13


4 individual one-to-one sessions with Alison (delivered virtually)

(one-to-one calls will be scheduled in October, November, December & January)

Customized Sessions & Group Pricing

The Burnout Prevention Program can also be delivered specifically to a group of leaders in your workplace - in person or online. 

Meet Alison

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Alison Butler

Alison is no stranger to stress, overwhelm and burnout.

In 2016, after experiencing her own depression, anxiety and burnout she started supporting workplaces with their mental health & wellness initiatives. 

Spending time in many different workplaces has shown Alison how many employees are struggling with stress and burnout and she has used her many years of experience and background in human resources 

to create this unique, one of a kind program for leaders and managers. 

She holds a Masters in Employment Relations from Memorial University and has 17 years of experience as a trainer and speaker for workplaces, including regularly delivering Mental Health First Aid (MHFA). 


Alison has experience working with a wide-variety of workplaces and sectors including  Government, manufacturing, mining, agriculture, community organizations, energy, construction, aerospace, healthcare and more. 


"Alison not only delivers a spectacular product but she is also a dynamic facilitator! The energy and enthusiasm she brings to these sessions will keep you engaged and help you to be more receptive of the information".

"Alison is a fabulous facilitator that keeps the training engaging, is very relatable, and gives space for participants to contribute in meaningful ways. Her passion for mental well-being and self-care shine through when she speaks, especially when she shares her own mental health experiences". 

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